Spain’s postal service expects that the parcel lockers will boost e-commerce sales and strengthen their place in that market.
The president of Poste Italiane, Italy’s state-run postal services, recently announced that the government sale of 40 percent of the company will be scheduled for after November.
Given the harsh penalties of Canada’s new anti-spam law, businesses may be returning to direct mail service campaigns to achieve their marketing goals.
Not only is the dramatic shift to e-commerce in India changing the face of the Indian economy, it is also affecting the international economy, including the international mailing and international parcel delivery sectors.
Pos Indonesia announced that it will have no postal operations on July 9th, the date of the country’s Presidential elections, which are highly polarized and may produce civil unrest.
Those living in Switzerland now have the option of receiving their mail in electronic, digital form, as Swiss Post has recently launched its new E-Post Office system throughout Switzerland.
As free shipping becomes the norm for more businesses, it will be important for retailers to partner with cost-effective international shipping services providers.
Portugal’s government announced it will sell all but 1.5 percent of its ownership to shareholders or institutional lenders.
Thanks in part to ecommerce efforts and a strengthening economy, South Korea was found to have the highest global credit card penetration of any nation – driving online sales and parcel shipping trends.
Flooding in several countries has created delays in mail processing and delivery, resulting in a global effect on international parcel shipping.